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HTC Wildfire Review: In Depth
14 February 2011
Conclusion: The HTC Wildfire is an excellent mid-range touchscreen with some great features. Though it looks a lot like a small version of an HTC Desire it should be noted that the display isn't as sharp and the phone isn't quite as quick on its feet as it's bigger sibling.
The HTC Wildfire is a well-designed Android smartphone, but it has a low-resolution display
Good Gear Guide.au
14 March 2011
Summary: The HTC Wildfire boasts impressive build quality and the full suite of Android features, but it has a low-resolution display and sluggish performance. When you consider its price though, these minor issues are much easier to live with and are a small compromise to pay for a handset that offers...
Pros: Good build quality, well-designed on-screen keyboard, HTC Sense UI, capacitive touchscreen, multitouch and Flash support, battery life
Cons: Low-resolution display with poor viewing angles, keystroke lag, often sluggish
Excerpt: In the land of the Android Mobile the competition is getting fierce but HTC has always had a pretty high vantage point being the guys who made the first device and all. One of their latest devices to the hit the Indian market is the Wildfire that’s catering to the mid range segment.
Conclusion: The HTC Wildfire offers up a comprehensive package of connected treats and dishes out some of the experience you'll find on the best handsets from this company. The experience is a step down from that of the Legend and the Desire and rightly so.
Pros: Ticks all the boxes on the spec sheet, great connected experience, easy to use, Android 2.1, great design
Cons: Low res screen, low res video, crashes, occasional touch response slow down